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January 06, 1989 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-01-06

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I SPORTS I

LEAD YOUR CHILD TO A
HEALTHIER FUTURE

Jewish Vets'
Bowling Scores

One out of every 4
children in the U.S. is
obese ... and many of
these overweight kids will
grow up to be overweight
adults. Doctors are
beginning to see young
children with "adult" health
problems such as high
blood pressure, high
cholesterol levels, even
heart disease.

ONE on ONE Athletic
Club, the areas fastest
growing fitness facility,

recognizes the need for
fitness education to start
with today's kids. That is
why we have joined with
Keith Levick's Center for
Childhood Weight
Management to bring kids
and their parents the help
they need to learn the
proper health and fitness
habits today that will last
them a lifetime.
ONE on ONE is
committed to the finest in
fitness for adults and for
children and their exercise

ONE.NONE

Athletic Club
Fun, Fitness & Families

(Two weeks)High series:
Rich Grossman
645
611
Abe Duke
High games:
Rich Grossman
235-230
226
Mike Feldman
226-213
Alan Klegon
Harold Baskin
224-203
224-209
Harold Baskin
Abe Duke
223-203
221-205
Jerry Superstine
214
Ed Burg
213
Ken Gold
212
Alan Klegon
211
Seymour Burg
Marvin Epstein
211
Dave Broder
210
209
Saul Cooper
David Margolis
208
Nate Barman
207
Larry Kamen
206-202
206
Alan Krause
204
Mort Margolis
204
Steve Hoberman
203
Ed Burg
202
Jay Miller
202
Murray Sterne
201
Arnold Weiss
200
Alan Gonte
200
Udo Salk

professionals work with all
ages to teach them the
proper ways of working
out. Let us design a
program for you! Plus, our
youth program offers kids
classes in tennis, aerobics,
karate, and other interests.

The next Childhood
Weight Management
program starts January
11. Space is limited so
register early. It could help
lead your child to a
healthier future!

B'nai B'rith
Bowling Scores

CALL TODAY

626-9880

6343 Farmington Road • North of Maple
West Bloomfield

Now Open
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Morganthau L'Chayim
High series:
Marshall Spinner
670
Mike Wayne
649
Larry Klein
649
High games:
Shel Ellison
244
Marshall Spinner
244
Mike Wayne
243
Jerry Broida
235
Mike Rosenberg
235
Bob Graff
227
Larry Klein
224-214-211
Richard Kay
222
Steve Anstandig
213
Brotherhood
Eddie Jacobson
High series:
Martin Weinstein
650
Larry Slutsky
631
Ron Weintraub
615
Steve Weinberg
604
Gary Klinger
602
High games:
Larry Slutsky
247-225
Martin Weinstein
234
Renaissance
High series:
Bill Oram
621
High games:
Bill Oram
240-215
Shel Rakotz
215
Dan Niss
213
Lenny Rosenberg
212
Neil Werner
211
Jerry Order
204
Dave Koloff
203
Mary Bookstein
202
Hank Glass
200
Jerry Penfil
200

FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1989

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Zeiger-Gross
High series:
Ken Greene
651
Nate Barman
621
Brian Cohen
620
High games:
Ken Greene
253-224
Brian Cohen
236-214
Keith Kingston
227
Alan Kanter
220
Bruce Fershtman
217
Nate Barman 214-207-200
Stu Rappaport
214
Bill Fershtman
210
Mark Bialick
209
Lou Konopko
209
Dave Levinsen
209
Bill Yaker
205
Dan Greene
204-203
Hank Houseman
204
Seymour Burg
202
Terry Alpert
202

NEWS I

Quayle Picks
Jewish Official

Washington (JTA) — Vice
President-elect Dan Quayle
has selected Robert Guttman,
a Jewish lawyer, to be his
chief of staff.
Guttman, 60, was born in
Munich, Germany, but fled
the country with his parents
during the Nazi regime, ac-
cording to James Carroll, a
Quayle spokesman.
Guttman was Quayle's chief
counsel in the Senate from
1985-86, and was currently
minority counsel to the Labor
and Human Resources Sub-
committee on Labor before
Quayle's election.

Pay Ruling
Is Challenged

New York — The State of Il-
linois was wrong to deny
unemployment benefits to a
man whose personal Chris-
tian faith precludes him from
working on Sundays, accor-
ding to an "amicus" (friend-
of-the-court) brief filed by the
American Jewish Congress.
The brief was filed with the
United States Supreme Court
appealing the case of "Frazee
vs. the Department of
Employment Security."
The Appeals Court of Il-
linois ruled that since
William Frazee could not pro-
ve that his refusal to accept
work on Sunday was to be
found in the "tenets or dogma
of an established religious
sect," the State of Illinois was
correct in denying benefits.
When asked to explain why
he refused to work on Sunday,
Frazee simply answered: "My
personal Christian faith in
the Lord." The court held that
he was not entitled to protec-

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